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Wonsan Boiled Rice with Clam Meat
  There is a saying that rice is above medicine in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea with rice as the staple food. It means that what is fundamental for health is to take meals no matter how good the medicines may be.
  The Korean people have cooked national foods with rice as the main ingredient, including the Pyongyang Boiled Rice in Hot Broth and sweet rice dish. The Wonsan Boiled Rice with Clam Meat is one of them.

  It was made of clam on the East Sea of Korea. It enjoys popularity of people as a special food of Kangwon Province.
  Here is a method of how to make the Wonsan Boiled Rice with Clam Meat at the Tongmyong Hotel in Wonsan City.
  In case of making it with five clams it is necessary to prepare 500 grams of boiled rice, 10 grams of green pepper, 10 grams of powdered hot pepper, three grams of salt, two grams of seasoning powder, five grams of soft sugar, two grams of ground pepper, five grams of powdered sesame, 10 grams of cibol, 20 grams of onion, five grams of dried hot pepper, 10 grams of garlic and 20 grams of oil.
  Wash clam meats well, cut them into pieces about 0.5 centimetre both in length and width and mince their pluck. And then, smash or cut fine the subsidiary stuff needed for making the food.
  Mix the boiled rice with fried clam meats and season it with powdered hot pepper, green pepper, cibol, pepper, sesame, garlic, sugar, seasoning powder and salt. And mix them well. The Wonsan Boiled Rice with Clam Meat mainly tastes pungent and it is good to use hot pepper.
  Put the well-mixed boiled rice into a clean shell. Wrap it in a silver paper before roasting it in a microwave oven with about 200 degrees centigrade for seven minutes. High temperature is necessary for good taste.

  The Wonsan Boiled Rice with Clam Meat is an aggregate of the peculiar taste of seafood with hot flavour, the well-cooked rice and the clam meats chewed occasionally.
  It is more tasty if you have it on the beautiful shore of Wonsan City of Kangwon Province.